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This C3 Pathways Podcast series discusses Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM). The Podcast features instructors and special guests discussing key elements and challenges of Active Shooter Incident Management and the implications for law enforcement, fire, and EMS responders. The bad guy and the clock both kill innocent victims. Don't miss the opportunity to gain key insights that may help you save lives!
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During an Active Shooter Event, you might find yourself in an unfamiliar location or working with agencies and officers you don’t know. In today’s episode, our panel discusses some of the basic knowledge needed for Tactical, Triage, and Transport to work together to ensure decisions are made correctly, quickly, and accurately. View this episode on …
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In today’s podcast, our panel discusses the crucial responsibilities of the perimeter group in maintaining control and keeping things from going sideways. Establishing an inner perimeter, to contain the bad actors, and an outer perimeter, to keep others from entering, and keep control of the scene. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/4…
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Our goal in an active shooter event is to stop the killing and stop the dying. If the shooting has stopped, but there are injured individuals in need of medical care being held hostage, is that still active killing? Today, Bill Godfrey, Billy Perry and Pete Kelting discuss this sensitive topic. Without the benefit of hindsight, decisions must be ba…
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Back in 2018 we identified seven common misconceptions about Active Shooter Incident Management, ranging from excessive focus on neutralizing the threat to a lack of integration across disciplines. Today we will revisit these topics to assess our progress and identify areas that still need improvement. We will also examine new misconceptions that h…
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An active shooter event impacts not only the survivors but the entire community. While reunification is a crucial part of the response process, on-going needs must be addressed for the community to recover. Engaging in conversations in advance can help us better manage the aftermath. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/i2zyq53_SAo…
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If you are one of the first arriving officers at an active shooter incident, you may have to step up as team leader. You’ll be making critical decisions to accomplish the mission. You can prepare for leadership, just as you prepare for entry – put yourself in the role and plan how you would handle it. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.b…
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The Transport Group Supervisor is responsible for more than just calling ambulances and getting them to the scene. In today’s episode we discuss the issues that arise when considering ambulance exchange points and transportation and the need for collaboration with tactical and triage. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/GwRFhW7yHrg…
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During an active shooter event, our primary focus is to stop the killing, but when the suspect is no longer actively killing people or preventing you from treating the wounded, sometimes negotiations need to begin – and that job may fall to the contact team. In today’s episode, the panel discusses safety priorities, situational awareness, best prac…
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Not every Active Shooter event unfolds in the same way. When there’s a deviation from the norm, the potential for something to go wrong increases. Our response training needs to be adaptable and inventive to address diverse scenarios. In today’s episode our panel discusses the need for training in various types of scenarios to meet the main objecti…
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When resources are coming from multiple directions, sometimes communications fail. Training for these failures, making a plan in advance, and finding solutions to these technology issues is critical to getting the information out and the mission on track. Today’s episode looks at various ways to work around radio transmission issues. View this epis…
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In the aftermath of an active shooter incident, what can a civilian on the scene do to help? In today’s podcast, our panel delves into the steps civilians can take to help first responders on the scene, from compliance and providing information, to offering first aid support. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtu.be/MUpRVrjKdcg…
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In an active shooter incident, a Rescue Task Force is a medical mission with a security component. RTF1, the first through the door, bears additional responsibilities. In today’s episode Tom Billington, Bill Godfrey, Kami Maertz, and Ron Otterbacher shine a light on both the fire and law enforcement duties of RTF1 and how they manage a casualty col…
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How do you know what products will help solve your problems? When talking to security consultants how do you know what is right for you and your situation? How do you apply the right tool to the right environment? In today’s episode Bill Godfrey, Adam Pendley, and Billy Perry tackle these questions and more. View this episode on YouTube at https://…
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Reality doesn’t always unfold like our training. It can be chaotic and confusing and can stall anywhere in the process. Inaction can be contagious – but so can action. Today Bill Godfrey, Adam Pendley, and Billy Perry discuss how training and leadership can get you back on track. View this episode on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/UTlGn8ozNAU…
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The mission of an SRO is direct threat intervention. Today we speak with Billy Perry and his approach to training and preparation for officers, administration, teachers, parents, and most importantly, STUDENTS. When this type of event occurs a controlled, disciplined, and methodical response can be achieved without causing additional trauma – if yo…
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In the typical scenario, Contact One has engaged the suspect, the shooting has ceased, yet time remains critical. It’s essential to secure the area, implement an immediate action plan, and attend to medical needs. This is where Contact Team Two plays a crucial role. In today’s discussion, Billy Perry and Adam Pendley emphasize the significance of C…
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The public doesn’t always have a full understanding of what is involved in handling an Active Shooter Event. In today’s episode Bill Godfrey, Kami Maertz, Adam Pendley, and Mark Rhame debunk the top 5 misconceptions the public may hold regarding our response to these incidents. By establishing clear expectations and providing insights into our proc…
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Most Active Shooter Events are not Mass Casualty Incidents, but when they are you need to have a plan in place to deal with those who self-evacuate. Bill Godfrey, Mark Rhame, Kami Maertz, and Adam Pendley discuss the strategies and logistics needed to deal with patients who might not be in the hot or warm zones. View this episode on YouTube at http…
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Hard is hard for a reason – it doesn’t mean it’s not worth doing. Getting held back by tradition, management and others are often the reasons we fail to implement change. Join Bill Godfrey, Adam Penley, Kami Maertz and Mark Rhame as they discuss these three common obstacles to changing policies and procedures and offer ideas and examples of how to …
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Patient distribution, security concerns, reunification, media handling and even parking can easily overwhelm a hospital during a mass casualty event. Can we integrate our training and provide assistance? On this week’s podcast we’ll discuss how we, as Public Safety Officers, can assist our hospitals in the challenges they may encounter if faced wit…
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90% of the time the active threat is over within 10 minutes. In today’s episode we tackle the question of when is it time to stop searching for an unknown threat and when is it time to start focusing on medical? When the bad actor has gone silent, it’s time to coordinate resources and stop the known bleeding. Watch this episode on YouTube at https:…
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Join us today as we delve into the ins and outs of hosting the ASIM Advanced course, covering facility needs and logistics. Discover the value of this training, its participants, and the rewards it brings. Ready to seize this opportunity? Visit c3pathways.com training section to request DHS funding and submit your request! Watch this episode on You…
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Jill McElwee joins Bill Godfrey, Pete Kelting and Don Tuten in part two of the discussion on how and why to adapt to change. We’ll address some of the common reasons given as to why we can’t change including: That’s not the way we do it around here. We can’t get the other neighboring agencies to make the transition and do this as well. Everyone is …
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Today we start a discussion on why it’s important to train both sides and establish communication. Bill Godfrey, Pete Kelting and Don Tuten talk about the importance of joint training and building relationships prior to an incident. While responder agencies tend to be somewhat isolated, being open to adjusting your training provides a skill set and…
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Active Shooter Events can be chaotic and overwhelming, and things can go wrong. In today’s episode, we’ll examine some of the common areas where problems occur and give you tips on how to recognize these, recover from them, and get back on track. Spending 60 seconds fixing a problem now, can save you time in the long run. Watch this episode on YouT…
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Today we touch upon some common occurrences in Active Shooter Events where follow-on 911 calls report additional shooters in differently locations but in reality are not accurate. These calls -- though well intended -- often result in duplicate work, wasted resources, or over-response to a new location. Active Shooter Events have one shooter 97% of…
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This episode gives us unique insight to the minds of high school students on the topic of Active Shooter Events, what they think about preparedness and procedures schools follow, and discussion of surprisingly insightful tactical thoughts. Ryan also shares a very up close and personal experience with an incident that happened to him at his school. …
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A law enforcement listener asks: "Could you guys do a podcast about the naming of positions, particularly tactical? Our fire department has a big issue with the radio ID of tactical being used instead of the radio ID of command for that position until the cold zone command post is stood up and that title is transferred to the incident commander. I …
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There is no standard triage system in the United States. S.T.A.R.T. is most common triage system in use, but there are many. Join Jill McElwee, Ron Otterbacher, and Bill Godfrey as the discuss common triage gaps, mistakes, and how things are different in Active Shooter Events. Don't miss the Trappings of Triage! Watch this episode on YouTube at htt…
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In this episode we debunk five of the biggest misconceptions of Active Shooter Incident Management. Pete Kelting, Don Tuten, Jill McElwee, and Bill Godfrey set the record straight with detailed explanations, facts, and statistics. The number one may shock you -- don't miss this episode! View this episode on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtub…
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Adam Pendley, Mark Rhame, Don Tuten, and Bill Godfrey discuss the Active Shooter Incident Management model policy (available for free download from the C3 Pathways website) along with common implementation challenges and trying to get multiple agencies on board. You do not want to miss this conversation. Download the ASIM Model Policy as an MS Word…
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/EV0xRrmByK8 Podcast Host Bill Godfrey is joined by Mark Rhame, Adam Pendley, and Don Tuten to discuss "The Key to Success" in an active shooter event. Their answer may surprise many, but it centers around making sure every responder arriving at the scene has a task and purpose. Whether you…
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/t2Qhoz7WTg4 Bill Godfrey, Jill McElwee, and Ron Otterbacher discuss valuable medical insights from battlefield experiences which can be applied to active shooter scenarios. The trio takes a deep dive with easy to understand explanations about the value of using the military’s BATH assessme…
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaVr4fSJHLU Bill Godfrey, Ron Otterbacher, and Jill McElwee discussed the challenges of terminology and the importance of simplifying it in a potentially chaotic active shooter incident. We must use straightforward terms that everyone understands and limit conversations between Comm…
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/9DR97VXLPmI Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Thank you for being with us today. I am being joined by Adam Pendley, here to my left, from the law enforcement side. Adam, thanks for coming in. Adam Pendley: T…
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/N2B8yMdlueo Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host, and I am joined today by two of our fantastic C3 Pathways instructors. Sitting next to me is Jill McElwee, like myself also on the Fire and EMS side. And across …
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NEW! Watch this show on YouTube at https://youtube.com/live/iXHgu7zomfo Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. I am joined today by three of our wonderful C3 Pathways instructors. On my right here is Tom Billington, one of our Fire/EMS instructors. Welcome, Tom. Tom Billi…
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Episode 51: Listener Question - Who Sets Tactical? This week are live on the road with the ASIM team in New York City. Today we are answering a former ASIM student's question on "Who sets tactical with only three or four officers on duty?" Bill Godfrey: Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey…
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Ep 50: Implementing the ASIM Process Sheriff Michelle Cook and Police Chief Terry Nichols share their experiences implementing the Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist process and their tips for success. Don't miss this discussion! Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. It's good to be back with you today. …
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Ep 49: ASIM Checklist Endorsed as National Standard by NTOA SPECIAL EPISODE - We have exciting news on this week's podcast! Our guest is Thor Eells, Executive Director of the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA). Today, Thor shares the news NTOA is endorsing the C3 Pathways Active Shooter Incident Management Checklist as the national stand…
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Episode 48: Interview with TEEX's Jesse Watkins On this week's podcast we have our sponsor of the Active Shooter Incident Management Advanced and Intermediate courses, TEEX's Jesse Watkins. In this episode we talk about the courses and training available to the first responder community. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Manageme…
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Episode 47: Interview with ALERRT's John Curnutt This week we are interviewing John Curnutt from ALERRT. We discuss how ALERRT started, it's mission, and how it works together in the active shooter picture. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Today I've got with us a s…
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Episode 46: ASIM Basic and Counterstrike (Part 2) We are picking up from last week's topic about ASIM Basic to talk about the Counterstrike training system. Bill and Adam give some tips and tricks that will enhance your training as you run scenarios. Bill Godfrey: Today, we're going to pick up where we left off. You may remember, last week we were …
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Episode 45: ASIM Basic and Counterstrike (Part 1) We are splitting this week's topic in two parts. First, we are discussing some tips and suggestions for instructors teaching ASIM Basic classes. Next week we will continue with the Counterstrike System we use for training scenarios. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management pod…
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Episode 44: 911 Communication Center Challenges in Active Shooter Events (Part 2) In Part 2 of this week's podcast, we are continuing our topic of 911 and the dispatch center during an active shooter event. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. Today we're picking up par…
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Episode 43: 911 Communication Center Challenges in Active Shooter Events (Part 1) In Part 1 of this week's podcast, we talk about some of the challenges in the 911 dispatch center during an active shooter event. A few topics we cover are the best sense of location, radio traffic, and recognizing when the active shooter event happens. Bill Godfrey: …
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Episode 42: Common Day One Training Problems On this week's podcast, we discuss the common obstacles you may encounter during day one of training. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey. We appreciate you tuning in today and today's topic, we are actually going to spend some time talking abo…
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Episode 41: Micro Training For this week's podcast topic, we discuss different types of micro training to help reinforce active shooter incident management methods. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management Podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey your podcast host. We're happy to have you with us today, where we're going to be talkin…
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Episode 40: SSAVEIM In this podcast with John-Michael Keyes from the I Love U Guys foundation, we talk about school safety and violent event incident management. Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter Incident Management podcast. Thank you for being with us today. We have a special guest today. I'm excited to welcome back to the fold John-Mich…
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Episode 39: ASIM Intermediate Sheriff Michelle Cook shares her experience hosting the Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Intermediate course remotely for Clay County (FL) on the NCIER Campus virtual platform Bill Godfrey: Welcome to the Active Shooter incident management podcast. My name is Bill Godfrey, your podcast host. We appreciate you …
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